Originally “Gulasch” comes from Hungary. Well, Germany is in the middle of Europe, so we get all kinds of delicious recipes from our neighbors and their neighbors.
I can imagine that some younger Germans believe that Gulasch is traditionally German, since it is so common on our dinner table. Every family has their own alternation of the recipe, some cook it more spicy hot, others add vegetable or add more fluid and make it a “Gulasch Soup” …
Gulasch with bell pepper
… and talking about neighbors: Thanks to Italy we often enjoy Gulasch with pasta instead of potatoes, not to mention their good red wine! Or how about a wine from France to make it even more European?
When I cook Gulasch, I make a lot of it and freeze it. That saves me a lot of time during the week!
Welcome to my blog about German Recipes and thank you for taking the time to read “about me”.
My name is Barbara, I am a mother of three and happily married to the most supportive husband anyone can imagine.
In 2010 we moved from Germany to Texas. We thought it would be only for three years but …